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Yale plays Amhert at Amherst tomorrow.

There will be no lectute in Fine Arts 3 on Saturday.

The second thesis in Philosophy I is due on May 15.

The Cornell crew intends soon to row on Sundays.

The Fencing club shingles are ready for those who have paid their dues.

The freshman crew followed the race last Wednesday in their barge.

The lecture in French I will be held in Upper Mass. today.

There was an hour examination in Mathematics E. yesterday.

The Glee club will sing at the Boston Athletic club Saturday evening.

The annual election of officers of the Yale navy occurred last Wednesday.

Bound volumes of the Tech have been sent to the Paris exposition.

There is some talk of forming a Western Collegiate Press Association.

White, of last years Andover team is at present pitching for the Exeter team.

The CRIMSON will post at Leavitt's three notices of the Harvard-Princeton game tomorrow.

There will be a meeting of the Harvard Shooting club this afternoon at Watertown.

Psotta, the champion amateur oarsman of America has recently left Cornell.

A new banjo club is to be formed at Tech to act in conjunction with the Glee and Quintet clubs next season.

Fifty thousand dollars of the one hundred and fifty thousand needed to purchase the site of ancient Delphi has been raised.

The annual drill and dance of the Tech. freshman cadet corps takes place on May 11, in Mechanics building.

The score so far in the intercollegiate base ball series is Princeton won 2, lost 0; Yale won 1, lost 1; Harvard won none, lost one.

The 'Varsity nine will leave for Princeton this afternoon. The chances are that the game will be a much closer one than that of last Saturday.

The Columbia College freshman crew is rowing in bad form. The men are working hard, however, in the hope of making up for their backwardness.

The seventy-seventh commencement of the Princeton Theological Semiaary was held on Monday, May 7. The graduating class numbered fifty one.

Professor Richards, who is one of the three commissioners appointed by the National Academy of Science to attend the Paris exposition, sails May 29.

A chapter of Alpha Delta Phi has been established at John Hopkins. Nine men were iniated at New Haven on Monday night under the auspices of the Yale chapter.

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